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User talk:Numenorian

Numenorian, welcome!

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Hello, it looks like you accidentally created an article with the title of "Title". I'm guessing you meant for it to be titled Rhovanion, keep in mind it is "-ion" not "ian". I'm going to go ahead and delete the article, just wanted to warn you so you could save the text if you like. --Hyarion 00:41, 5 December 2007 (EST)


Hello again, I hope you don't mind I've gone ahead and reverted your edit at Weathertop. While your writing is great, I think your addition may be more focused on the story than the actual location of Weathertop, don't you think? Also make sure when you make an edit that you don't accidentally remove anything that was there before, as an image was removed. Oh and we also try to link to other key terms in the article by placing double brackets around them like this: [[Gandalf]]. If "Gandalf" was mentioned multiple times in the article then we usually just link the first mention. Thanks for all your help! --Hyarion 01:13, 5 December 2007 (EST)


Hi there. When we write articles about peoples, we use the plural as the title, and (usually) make the singular a redirect. Also, the proper spelling of "Numenorian" is Númenórean, and "Denethor", "Boromir" and "Faramir" lead to Disambiguation pages, not to the articles. -- Ederchil (Talk/Contribs/Edits) 07:31, 29 August 2008 (UTC)